Ambient Weather WS-YG501 Galileo Thermometer, Hygrometer and Glass Fluid Barometer from Ambient Weather

Price: $69.99
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Product Description

We are delighted to stock the fantastic Ambient Weather WS-YG501 Galileo Thermometer, Hygrometer and Glass Fluid Barometer.

With so many available these days, it is good to have a brand you can recognise. The Ambient Weather WS-YG501 Galileo Thermometer, Hygrometer and Glass Fluid Barometer is certainly that and will be a great purchase.

For this price, the Ambient Weather WS-YG501 Galileo Thermometer, Hygrometer and Glass Fluid Barometer comes widely recommended and is a regular choice for lots of people. Ambient Weather have added some excellent touches and this results in good value for money.

Manufacturer Description

Overall height: 11.4 inches tall
Barometer height: 5.9 inches
Number of glass balls: 5
Glass Galileo thermometer range: 64ºF to 80ºF
Temperature is determined by lowest floating bulb
Glass barometer globe with frosted world map
Low level of liquid in spout = high pressure and fair weather
High level of liquid in the spout = bad weather
Attractive wood base and wood framed hygrometer
Ambient Weather 1 year warranty
Add food coloring to customize the water barometer color (not included). Distilled water is recommended but not required (not included, water must be added to the barometer).

Product Features

The Galileo thermometer consists of a sealed glass tube that is filled with water and several floating bubbles. The bubbles are glass spheres filled with a colored liquid mixture. Attached to each bubble is a little metal tag that indicates a temperature. These metal tags are calibrated counterweights. The weight of each tag is slightly different from the others. Since the bubbles are all hand-blown glass, they aren't exactly the same size and shape. The bubbles are calibrated by adding a certain amount of fluid to them so that they have the exact same density. So, after the weighted tags are attached to the bubbles, each differs very slightly in density (the ratio of mass to volume) from the other bubbles, and the density of all of them is very close to the density of the surrounding water. As the temperature of the air outside the thermometer changes, so does the temperature of the water surrounding the bubbles. As the temperature of the water changes, it either expands or contracts, thereby changing its density. So, at any given density, some of the bubbles will float and others will sink. The bubble that sinks the most indicates the approximate current temperature. A narrow spout connects to the body below the water level and rises above the water level, where it is open to the atmosphere. When the air pressure is lower than it was at the time the body was sealed, the water level in the spout will rise above the water level in the body and when the air pressure is higher, the water level in the spout will drop below the water level in the body.
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